Electrical Cover

Landlord Certificates electrical breakdown cover has been created to cover the landlord for unexpected electrical faults and also a complete package to ensure your property is up to date and within regulation. Since 2020 it was required that all landlords to have an EICR for their buy to let properties otherwise they would be breaking the law. To help support landlords meet legislation requirements and duties we include a visual inspection every year in our breakdown cover to ensure they meet these requirements. It is a bespoke electrical report combining aspects of a visual and periodical testing to ensure their electrical installation is safe for your tenants.With this service you will have peace of mind that that we have checked your electrics has no visible signs of defects, damage or deterioration, changes in wiring made by your tenant causing hazards.

Eligibility may be subject to a free inspection visit. Cover is available in Central and Greater London only, exclusions apply.

Only £7 /mth inc VAT

So what’s covered?
  • Main Electrics (80% same day repair)
  • Unlimited parts (95% same or next day parts delivery system)
  • Unlimited visits (security, no unexpected electrical repair bills)
  • Fuse boards, Sockets, Switches, and Wiring All Covered
  • Booking Claims line for tenants and agencies to book on behalf of landlord
  • Committed to same day appointments (engineers will call en-route)
  • Heath Check Electrical Report
  • EICR Report when due
  • Annual Visual Inspection to ensure you are within regulation
  • NICEIC / NAPIT registered engineers
  • 12 month contract term (1 months cancellation notice)
  • £50 Excess on repairs carried out
What’s not covered?
  • Any electrical appliances whether connected via plug socket or hardwired/spurred (Immersion hobs, electric cookers etc).
  • Any electrical faults caused by issues related to external electrical supply lines (UKPN supply faults).
  • A power cut to the property that has not caused permanent damage.
  • Any wiring/electrics outside of the property which are buried below ground level.
  • Routine electrical maintenance tasks including: • i. replacing light bulbs and fluorescent tubes. • ii. replacing fuses in plugs. • iii. adjusting timers or temperature controls.
  • Portable or fixed electrical heating systems or energy efficiency management systems.
  • Any part of the electrical wiring where completing a repair would result in a breach of the current electrical wiring regulations and electrical safety standards
  • Any repairs required that are the result of electrical safety regulation changes or the result of an unsatisfactory EICR being received.
  • Failure of third party work

 Find out more by calling 020 3772 5959 and taking to one of representatives


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